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Wednesday, September 24, 2008

Healthy Hair Growth Steps 1, 2, and 3: Finding The Right Conditoner, Poo, and Comb

Ok, yawl... I know I've been a naughty girl and haven't posted in a while.... I kinda fell off a little bit. But I'm back to serve you up with a nice, tall, juicylicious glass of your favorite hair care tips and info. Now, people are always asking me how to achieve long, strong, and healthy natural hair. Although the overall concept of natural, healthy hair is quite simple, there is still alot of information and many things to be considered. It can be overwhelming and sometimes you just don't know where to start. So I thought it might be nice to change things up a taste. I'm going to give you the key to achieving healthy hair growth and I'm going to walk you through it step by step. Some of the beginning steps have already been covered in previous posts. Today will be a refresher course. Ya ready? Here goes...

Step 1: Finding the Right conditioner.

Step 2: Finding the Right Shampoo.

  • Find a gentle shampoo (doesn't leave hair feeling like a pile of rough, dry, straw)
  • Don't shampoo too often
  • Focus on poo-ing the scalp to prevent dryness
  • As you rinse, let the suds clean the length of the hair
  • ALWAYS, ALWAYS, ALWAYS follow with conditioner
  • Again, you gotta put in more work... finding "the one" is trial and error

Step 3: Using a Wide-Tooth Comb.

So there you have it! You better start your search for the perfect 'poo, conditioner, and wide-tooth comb! I'll be back soon to reveal the next step in achieving strong, healthy hair growth!

STEP 1: Finding the Right Conditioner.
STEP 2: Finding the Right Shampoo.
STEP 3: Using a Wide-Tooth Comb.
STEP 4: Burn Those Brushes!
STEP 5: Moisture, Moisture, Moisture!

1 comment:

Naptress said...

Thanks for stopping by spot...yeah it was pretty tedious taking the locs apart...but at that time I didnt want supashort hair, I worked my weigh through it..I believe it is an art to taking them apart and having a healthy head of hair upon completion!!